How to tackle reopening anxiety on campus
As colleges across the US plan to reopen in full this fall, many students are celebrating. But for some, this return to normal is causing anxiety.5 min readPublished: 16 Aug 2021
What is anxiety?
Combatting reopening anxiety
1. Normalise it
2. Encourage practice and repetition
3. Provide the right services
4. Empower healthy choices
5. Promote organization
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